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difficulty controlling his temper. This is something he can learn to do, but he has to have somebody teach him how to do it,’” Larson says. Don’t be surprised if the parents say the


boy is never aggressive at home. “Home doesn’t have 25 other kids there,” he says.


Teaching by Example There’s one more thing leaders can do, and that’s set a good example. “When they’re frustrated, what do you want them to do?” Larson says. “You do that, too.” If you’re feeling frustrated because


the camp stove won’t stay lit, don’t fling it across the campsite. Instead, think out loud. Say something like, “Boy, I’m feeling really frustrated here. I’m going to step back and get a few breaths. Then I’m going to go back to working on this task.” “If you want your kids to learn more


self-control, then model self-control,” Larson says. ¿


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